1998: Francis Baron became the Rugby Football Union’s first chief executive.

1998: Arsenal signed Freddie Ljungberg from Halmstad for £3million after Arsene Wenger watched him play for Sweden against England.

2001: St Helens forward Sonny Nickle was handed a six-month ban for a challenge that broke the jaw of Leeds hooker Robbie Mears.

2005: The United States regained the Solheim Cup from Europe at Crooked Stick, Indiana.

2015: Serena Williams suffered one of the greatest shocks in tennis history as unseeded Italian Roberta Vinci ended the American’s hopes of a calendar grand slam in the US Open semi-finals.

2018: James Anderson surpassed Glenn McGrath’s record for Test wickets by a pace bowler as he dismissed Mohammed Shami with the final ball of England’s 118-run victory over India.


1. Name the League One side that play at the County Ground.

2. Who was the first player to be sent off in an FA Cup Final?

3. England left-back Alex Greenwood has left European champions Lyon for which FA Women’s Super League team?

4. Which England batsman went to the top of the Twenty20 world batting rankings after the 2-1 series win over Australia?

5. Who did Somerset defeat to qualify for the Bob Willis Trophy final?

6. Who was the last person to captain Ireland’s rugby union side?

7. Chris Evert holds the record for most French Open women’s singles titles - how many times did she win the event?

8. Serena Williams was born in which US state?

9. Name the Mexican driver who is to leave the Racing Point Formula One team after this season.

10. The Miami Heat advanced to the NBA Eastern Conference finals after defeating who this week?

Answers: 1. Swindon; 2. Kevin Moran (Manchester United, 1985); 3. Manchester City; 4. Dawid Malan; 5. Worcestershire; 6. Jonny Sexton; 7. Seven; 8. Michigan; 9. Sergio Perez; 10. The Milwaukee Bucks.